Susan Mauger Miller graduated from Winthrop College in 1967 with a bachelor of science degree in physical education. She received her master’s degree in physical education from Wake Forest University in 1975. In 1984, she received a C.A.G.S. degree from Virginia Tech. During her years as a student at Winthrop. Susan served as a Sophomore Advisor, a House Councilor, and a Senior Judicial Board member. She was Secretary of the Winthrop Recreation Association, Vice President of Sigma Gamma Nu, and was listed in the Who’s Who Among College Students. Following her graduation from Winthrop, she taught health and physical education in the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools for five years. For the next five years she was an assistant professor of physical education at Salem College. Upon moving to Virginia, she became a supervisor for Montgomery County Public Schools,. Currently she serves as Elementary Physical Education Specialist and Coordinator for Health, Physical Education and Family Life Education. Her professional activities include AAHPERD and VAHPERD involvement, curriculum development committee for the Virginia Department of Education and Phi Delta Kappa membership. She serves on the Radford University Student Teacher Advisory Board and is active in a number of civic organizations.